5.11 Covrt M4 Rifle Bag

posted on April 17, 2013


Designed to discreetly transport an AR-style carbine or other comparable guns, the Covrt M4 bag from 5.11 features 500- and 420-denier nylon construction with a large padded and lined main compartment that features a muzzle trap and a hook-and-loop stock tie down to secure the carbine yet allow its quick removal with a minimum of fuss.

A bilateral cross-body shoulder strap, top and side handles and easy-to-grab pulls on its double-slider zippers make the bag easy to transport and quick to access. The 32x12x2½-inch bag features large and small outer pockets and daisy chain webbing that together allow for the transport of a hydration bladder, magazines, a handgun or other supplies and equipment. Price: $140.

Contact: 5.11; (949) 800-1511; www.5.11tactical.com.



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